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These logistics changes are part of the larger conversion of USAREUR headquarters to the 7th Army headquarters.

Usareur is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Usareur books and related discussion.

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USAREUR training holidays through the end of FY 2012
USAREUR training holidays through the end of FY 2012. U.S.
USAREUR Relocation
USAREUR G1-Civlilian Personnel Directorate.
USAREUR Regulation 350-1
*USAREUR Regulation 215-8 *USNAVEUR Instruction 5760.2A
USAREUR fact sheet Euro 09

Suggested News Resources

USAREUR commander says European mission is still vital
Mark Hertling, commander of US Army Europe, during an interview with Stars and Stripes, says USAREUR's mission in Europe is still vital. HEIDELBERG, Germany – US Army Europe's annual cost to American taxpayers: $1.
Maj. Gen. McQuistion passes command of 21st TSC to Brig. Gen. Piggee
The USAREUR Band plays the 21st TSC March at the change of command ceremony in Kaiserslautern, Germany. KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany – While leading one of the Army's largest logistics commands, Maj. Gen.
'Rocky'-like V Corps unfurls its colors in Wiesbaden
After V Corps, the next major influx of Army personnel slated for arrival to Wiesbaden is USAREUR headquarters.
Confusion marks civilian sexual assault reporting program in Europe
“Since the USAREUR restricted reporting pilot program has ended, adult civilian victims of sexual assault will be referred to law enforcement officials,” said a USAREUR spokesman in an email.
Health by stealth: Army DFACs swap in 'greener' menus
These subtle changes are part of the US Army Europe, or USAREUR, "Fueling the Team," or UFTT, program designed to help Soldiers improve their performance and overall health.

Suggested Web Resources

U.S. Army Europe
With NATO and other coalition partners, trains for, conducts, and supports training and contingency operations. Headquartered in Heidelberg.
USAREUR G1 Home Page
USAREUR Main Page is a resource center for unit and installation history and information, with focus on U.S.
United States Army Europe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1967, the Seventh Army was merged with U.S.
USAREUR announced base closures for Mannheim, Heidelberg

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